Ask yourself, if I were in my employer’s shoes, would I run this ‘show’ better? You never can tell- you could be on your way to becoming a business owner tomorrow and the place you are, could just be an opportunity that life offers you to learn!

A recent report shows that the Nigerian economy is amongst the top ten growing economies for the year 2010; but what matters to the common Nigerian is basically the affordability of goods and services, availability of jobs and his ability to eat three square meals a day….

The power of sports as a unification factor cannot be over emphasized. In Nigeria, a sports loving and soccer crazy country, the expectation is high and the soccer aficionados have left no one in doubt that they are geared to feast on the games…

I commend young aspiring writers from Nigeria. I urge them that even though Nigeria may have a poor reading culture or writing does not attract the kind of fame of music and Nollywood, they should keep their dream alive…

He paced around the lawn in front of the British council, Port Harcourt- with a face that seemed as if he was ready to fight, yet he looked very gorgeous and intimidating in a trendy suit. All around him were other youngsters soliloquizing, pacing around and making hand gestures as if there was a feast of madness…

Kids with potential soccer prowess are all around our neighbourhoods. From the roads or bare grounds beside households, they graduate to school soccer fields, from where they head to local sports stadia where scouts discover them…

A winner sees wins, favours, can make out time and is prepared to go for opportunities while a person with a victim mentality sees losses, blames, has no time and often considers himself unlucky even in the face of opportunities…